What’s it like to be at the center of a Quaker wedding? We talked with 5 couples about their experience.
Are Quakers Christian? We talked to 11 Quakers from across the United States, and asked about their relationship with Christianity.
Attending a Quaker wedding? Here’s what you can expect.
What is God? We asked 20 Quakers, here’s what they said.
How do you know when to stand up and speak out of the silence in Quaker worship? We asked 9 Quakers how to know when you have a message that needs to be shared.
When Quakers get together it can sometimes feel like we’re speaking our own language, which can be confusing for newcomers. Here’s a quick guide to some of the words that have special meaning for Friends.
When we polled newcomers to Quaker meetings, these were the 8 most frequently asked questions they had about Quaker worship when they first walked through the doors of a meetinghouse. Find out about Quakers in PA, DE, NJ and MD.
In 2009, a small group of Quakers from Philadelphia decided to do something about climate change. Calling themselves the “Earth Quaker Action Team,” they took on one of the largest banks in the country. 5 years and 125 actions later, PNC Bank decided to change its policy of funding mountaintop removal coal mining. How did they do it?
Cadwallader, Milhous, Trueblood, Farlow, Sharpless, and Wilbur… what do they all have in common? They are all common historic Quaker names, remnants of a time when Quakers “married in” and families stayed Quaker for generations.
What do Quakers believe? As an experiential religion with no creed, there isn’t always an easy answer. We asked 26 Quakers, and the resulting conversations were powerful.